From British domination to multinational conglomeration? A revised history of Australian novel publishing, 1950 to 2007
I chose to focus on Australian novels because of the significant and illuminating hinge this fictional form provides between debates about cultural nationalism on the one hand, and publishing on the other. The historic relationship of the novel and nationalism was explicitly fostered in Australia by critics like the Palmers who, in the 1920s and 1930s, emphasised the importance of the novel to national identity. This established relationship between the novel and Australian nationalism accounts...[Show more]
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